Marcin Malaszczak

Born in Poland, Marcin immigrated to West Berlin with his parents as a child. He studied Film Directing at the German Film and Television Academy (dffb) in Berlin. In 2012 he co-founded the film production company called Mengamuk Films.

His first feature length film "Sieniawka" premiered at the 63rd Berlinale Film Festival (Forum) in 2013 winning several awards, i.a. the Best First Film Prize at FID Marseille and the ARTE Documentary Film Prize at the Duisburger Filmwoche. In 2014 he presented his short film "Orbitalna" at 64th Berlinale (Forum Expanded). His second feature length film "The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills" had its world premiere in 2015 at the 65th Berlinale (Forum).

Marcin co-produced "In the Last Days of the City" (dir. Tamer El Said), which premiered at the 66th Berlinale (Forum) in 2016 to the significant critical acclaim. The film premiered at over 120 festivals worldwide, receiving more than 12 international awards.

In 2015, Marcin took up a new challenge- building and managing the construction of an innovative type of independent cinema called Wolf located in Neukölln, Berlin. As one of the co-founders he was responsible for the overall conception from the filmmaker's perspective as well as daily management of the building site. Since its opening he focuses on project management and technical direction at the cinema.

In 2018 Marcin became the general manager of Planemo, the post-production studio he founded the same year.

Abdul Twebti

Born and raised in London, after studying mathematics, he eventually shifted his attention toward film. In 2016 Abdul moved to Berlin and became a supporter and fringe founding member of Wolf Berlin, where he still works as a projectionist and technician, as well as with local children at the cinemas weekly after school workshop run by Brigitta Wagner. He now works as a colourist, post-production technician, and assistant editor for Planemo, among others, and continues running with the Wolf pack.

Jorge Rodriguez

Born in Almeria, Spain 1984, Jorge immigrated to Brussels, Belgium, where he is currently based. During his studies in Fine Arts at the University of Valencia, Jorge experimented with video art and photography leading to the production of his first works as a visual artist.

After his studies, Jorge debuted in the film industry as a camera assistant, DOP and a self-taught colourist. Jorge’s hands-on experience in post-production solidly contributed to his profound understanding of challenges of the digital era. It also made him pursue his research on the combination of analog and digital tools as well as mixed mediums or techniques.

For the past 10 years Jorge’s background has been oscillating around freelancing in cinematography and colour grading for feature-films, documentaries, short-films as well as commercials. He co-founded La Ignorancia in 2006 where he produced varied moving image works, i.a. dance films, installations and performances.

He also has collaborated with multiple international artists, filmmakers and producers, e.g. Salome Lamas, Tamer el Said, Marcin Malaszczak, Josephine Decker, Khristine Gillard, Jen Debauche.

Ana Izquierdo

Originally from Spain, Ana graduated from MA studies in Audiovisual Communication as well as Film Studies and Photography with specialization in post-production. In 2002 she started her career as a freelance photographer and cinematographer and from 2009 she continues working as a colourist. Ana specializes in colour grading for features, documentaries, series, commercials and music videos. On the top of grading projects, her main focus is dedicated to self-produced projects, documentaries or short pieces mainly related to music, dance or theatre.


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